SimplyCast has launched a use case to assist businesses with determining if suppliers are able to support them post-COVID-19.
This use case will help businesses connect with suppliers and partners and automatically gather responses.
SimplyCast is proud to be able to support ongoing COVID-19 recovery efforts.
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, September 22, 2020 - SimplyCast, an ISO 27001-certified leader in engagement automation for organizations in over 175 countries has launched its COVID-19 Recovery Support use case.
Built using SimplyCast’s existing technology, the new use case will allow businesses to contact their partners and suppliers to ensure they are able to support the business during its recovery phase as operations resume and adhere to the “new normal.” The use case is designed to allow businesses to send messages automatically and collect responses from all suppliers in one place.
“Business will be looking to resume operations and conform to the new normal,” said Saeed El-Darahali, President and CEO of SimplyCast. “In order to make this transition easier, our team developed this use case to help automate parts of the process and lessen the workload on employees.”
This use case is part of an array SimplyCast has developed. You can see them all here:
SimplyCast is an ISO 27001, 27017, and 27018-certified, leading provider of engagement software for organizations worldwide. Providing both emergency and non-emergency communication technology, SimplyCast offers 20+ communication tools and channels to help organizations maximize their efficiency. The company's 360 engagement platform is a feature-rich solution combining marketing automation, inbound marketing, and interactive communication. With customers in over 175 countries, including many of the most recognized brand names around the globe in retail, non-profit and hospitality industries, SimplyCast provides organizations the ability to effectively reach customers on their preferred mode of communication.
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